Thursday, October 13, 2011

Horror Flicks That Were Born From True Events

Lots of great movies that made us hold our lover tighter and pull the covers over our eyes were based from true stories . I have listed a few here.  To think that horrors that make us jump and scream were indeed someones true nightmare...just stretched out by Hollywood.

Psycho 1960
The Movie Story: Norman Bates is a psychologically disturbed hotel owner who has delusions this his dead mother, whose body he keeps in the cellar, wants to kill hotel guests. He develops a dual personality and dresses like her when he commits his murders. The Real Story: The character Norman Bates was inspired by Ed Gein, a Wisconsin man who was arrested in 1957 for committing two murders and digging up the corpses of countless other women who reminded him of his dead mother. He skinned the bodies to make lamp shades, socks and a "woman suit" in hopes of becoming a woman. He was found to be insane and spent the rest of his life in a mental institution.

The Exorcist 1973
 The Movie Story: A pair of priests attempt to exorcise a demon that has possessed a 12-year-old girl living in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. The Real Story: William Peter Blatty, screenwriter and author of the novel The Exorcist, was inspired by an article he read in college at Georgetown University about an exorcism performed on a 13-year-old boy in Mount Rainier, Maryland in 1949. The story's details have been muddled through the years -- perhaps intentionally so, in order to protect the family -- but the boy's actual home lay in Cottage City, Maryland, and the exorcism was performed in St. Louis. Evidence points to the boy's behavior not being nearly as outrageous or supernatural as was portrayed in the film.

                                            Jaws 1975 
The Movie Story: A 25-foot-long great white shark terrorizes the fictional Northeastern fishing community of Amity Island, attacking swimmers and boaters for several days during the summer. The Real Story: Screenwriter and novelist Peter Benchley was inspired in part by a series of shark attacks that plagued the New Jersey shore in 1916. Over a 12-day period in July of that year, five people were attacked, four of whom died. A seven-foot-long great white shark was killed on July 14, and its stomach was found to contain human remains. To this day, there is a debate over whether or not that shark was the culprit -- some scientists argue that it was probably a bull shark -- but no further attacks were reported that summer after it was killed.

Audrey RoseThe Movie Story: A couple's young daughter exhibits increasingly outrageous behavior, forcing them to consider the possibility that the soul of another young girl, Audrey Rose, has taken residence in her body. The Real Story: Frank De Felitta was inspired to write the novel -- and later the movie script -- after he heard his six-year-old son, Raymond, who'd never taken piano lessons, playing music perfectly on the family piano. De Felitta consulted a Los Angeles occultist, who called Raymond's talent as an "incarnation leak," explaining that the boy had lived many lifetimes. The incident led to the author's personal belief in reincarnation.

                                         The Hills Have Eyes
 The Movie Story: A family driving through the southwestern desert in an RV takes a short cut that leads them to run headlong into a family of violent cannibals who live in caves in the hills. The Real Story: The movie was inspired by the legend of Alexander "Sawney" Bean, a Scottsman of the 15th or 16th century who reportedly headed a 40-person clan that killed and ate over 1,000 people, living in caves for 25 years before being caught and put to death. His life has inspired numerous stories and films worldwide, including The Hills Have Eyes and the British film Raw Meat, but most serious historians today don't believe that Bean ever existed.


                                                       The Amityville Horror
The Movie Story: The Lutz family moves into a riverside house, the site of a mass murder the year before. They encounter a series of malevolent paranormal events that drive them out of the house after only 28 days. The Real Story: Perhaps the most notorious horror movie "based on a true story," the film is based on a self-proclaimed nonfiction book describing what George and Kathy Lutz experienced during their four weeks in the house, including disembodied voices, cold spots, demonic imagery, inverted crucifixes and walls "bleeding" green slime. Most, if not all, of the events portrayed in both the book and the movie have been called into question by investigators, and it is widely believed that the entire incident was a hoax.

The Entity

The Movie Story: Carla Moran, a single mother of three, is plagued by a supernatural entity that abuses and rapes her repeatedly. She receives help from paranormal researchers, who document the haunting and attempt to trap the spirit. The Real Story: In 1974, paranormal researchers Kerry Gaynor and Barry Taff investigated the case of a woman believed to be named Doris Bither. Bither lived in Culver City, California and claimed to have been physically and sexually assaulted by an entity. Gaynor and Taff witnessed objects move in her house, captured photos of floating lights and saw a humanoid apparition, but they never saw it assault the woman and never tried to capture it. Gaynor stated that the attacks diminished when Moran moved.

The Serpent and The Rainbow
The Movie Story: American anthropologist Dennis Alan is hired by a pharmaceutical company to acquire a sample of a drug used in Haitian voodoo rituals, a paralyzing powder that simulates death. The Real Story: The movie is an exaggerated adaptation of a 1985 book by Canadian scientist Wade Davis, a nonfiction account of his experiences with zombification in Haiti. He stated that a powder of natural toxins could be used to place a victim into a death-like state, to be resuscitated in a hypnotic trance by a controlling "master." One notable case referenced was that of Clairvius Narcisse, who reportedly served as a zombie for two years in the 1960s. There remains a debate over the veracity of Davis's claims.

The Mothman Prophecies

The Movie Story: Reporter John Klein gets lost while driving and ends up in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, where he encounters the so-called Mothman, a winged creature whose appearance seems to foretell disastrous events -- notably, the collapse of a bridge over the Ohio River leading to Point Pleasant. The Real Story: Reports of sightings of a large, unidentified winged creature -- dubbed the Mothman -- occurred in Point Pleasant, West Virginia for 13 months between 1966 and 1967. Then, on December 15, 1967, the Silver Bridge, connecting Point Pleasant to Ohio over the Ohio River, collapsed, killing 46 people.

An American Haunting
The Movie Story: Nineteenth-century landowner John Bell and his family are tormented by an invisible entity, which targets his daughter Betsy in particular. The Real Story: The movie is based on the legend of the Bell Witch, a tale that originated in Tennessee in the 1800s. It is believed by many to be a work of fiction, although the characters in the story were real. According to the tale, John Bell was poisoned by the ghost, and although the film's marketing declared that it is "validated by the State of Tennessee as the only case in US history where a spirit has caused the death of a human being," there is no such validation on record. Some claim that The Blair Witch Project was also influenced by the story.

The haunting in Connecticut

 The Movie Story: The Campbell family moves to Connecticut to be near the doctor caring for their ill son, Matt. They soon realize that their new home is a former mortuary haunted by a malevolent force. The Real Story: The film's inspiration was the Parker family, who moved to Connecticut in 1986 to be close to the specialists treating their 14-year-old son, Paul, for cancer. In the basement, where Paul slept, they discovered embalming equipment that implied that the house had been a funeral home. They reported encountering unexplained phenomena, like bloody floors, disembodied voices and shadowy figures. Paul became possessed by a force that caused him to attack his family. Eventually, an exorcism was performed to cleanse the house.

I did some homework and there never were bodys in the walls nor eyelashes in a box.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974

The Movie Story: A group of young people traveling through rural Texas fall prey to a family of cannibals, including Leatherface, who wears a mask made from the skin of his victims.

The Real Story: Again Ed Gein (see Psycho), whose exploits also inspired the films Deranged and, in part, The Silence of the Lambs.

 Ed Gein  a sick SOB!

On November 16, 1957, Plainfield hardware store owner Bernice Worden disappeared and police had reason to suspect Gein. Worden's son had told investigators that Gein had been in the store the evening before the disappearance, saying he would return the following morning for a gallon of anti-freeze. A sales slip for a gallon of anti-freeze was the last receipt written by Worden on the morning she disappeared.[11] Upon searching Gein's property, investigators discovered Worden's decapitated body in a shed, hung upside down by ropes at her wrists, with a crossbar at her ankles. The torso was "dressed out" like that of a deer.[12] She had been shot with a .22-caliber rifle, and the mutilations were made after death.

Searching the house, authorities found:[13]

Four noses

Whole human bones and fragments[14]

Nine masks of human skin[15]

Bowls made from human skulls

Ten female heads with the tops sawn off

Human skin covering several chair seats

Mary Hogan's head in a paper bag[16]

Bernice Worden's head in a burlap sack[17]

Nine vulvae in a shoe box[18]

A belt made from human female nipples[19]

Skulls on his bedposts

Organs in the refrigerator

A pair of lips on a draw string for a windowshade

A lampshade made from the skin from a human face

These artifacts were photographed at the crime lab and then were properly destroyed.[20]

When questioned, Gein told investigators that between 1947 and 1952,[21] he made as many as 40 nocturnal visits to three local graveyards to exhume recently buried bodies while he was in a "daze-like" state. On about 30 of those visits, he said he had come out of the daze while in the cemetery, left the grave in good order, and returned home empty handed.[22] On the other occasions, he dug up the graves of recently buried middle-aged women he thought resembled his mother[23] and took the bodies home, where he tanned their skins to make his paraphernalia. Gein admitted robbing nine graves, leading investigators to their locations. Because authorities were uncertain as to whether the slight Gein was capable of single-handedly digging up a grave in a single evening, they exhumed two of the graves and found them empty, thus corroborating Gein's confession.[24][25]

Shortly after his mother's death, Gein had decided he wanted a sex change and began to create a "woman suit" so he could pretend to be a female.Gein's practice of donning the tanned skins of women was described as an "insane transvestite ritual".Gein denied having sex with the bodies he exhumed, explaining, "They smelled too bad.
 During interrogation, Gein also admitted to the shooting death of Mary Hogan, a tavern operator missing since 1954.

A 16-year-old youth whose parents were friends of Gein and who attended ball games and movies with him reported that he was aware of the shrunken heads, which Gein had described as relics from the Philippines sent by a cousin who had served in World War II.[27] Upon investigation by the police, these were determined to be human facial skins, carefully peeled from cadavers and used as masks by Gein.


Friday, October 7, 2011

This is Halloween

 I found some useful information from the net I will share with you about Halloween. Halloween's roots can be traced back to Celtic culture in Ireland. According to their "Druid" religion, November 1st was New Years' on their calendar. The celebration would begin on October 31st ,and last into the following day. The spirits of all who died in the prior year, would rise up and roam the earth on this night.
This is an evil night when spirits roamed the streets and villages. Lord Samhain, the lord of Darkness, would arrive in search of the spirits to take them to the underworld.
Halloween as it is currently celebrated with costumes, trick or treat, and superstitions, takes from this Druid Holiday.

All Hallows Eve Halloween was commonly referred to as "All Hollows" Eve. It originated from the pagan holiday honoring the dead. The Roman Catholic Church created All Saints Day (also called Hallomas) on November 1st to honor Saints and All Souls Day on November 2and to honor and pray for the souls of the dead. These holidays were created by the church, in part to downplay the pagan holidays. Needless to say, it did not succeed. Halloween as we know it today, has grown from the ancient Druid Holiday. Along the way both fun, frights, and Satanic twists have been added to the mix.

A Really Big Show Halloween is second only to Christmas in spending. Consumers spend over $2.5 Billion during Halloween. That's a whole lot of candy, costumes, decorations, and party goods.
Like Christmas, Halloween is steeped in traditions. While Christmas can be a stressful period, Halloween is all about fun. People really get into the Halloween tradition and "spirit". Some religions are against celebrating Halloween, citing it's roots in ancient Druid religion. While this is true, Today's Halloween celebrations are all about fun, with a generous amount of imagination just like SANTA CLAUSE! Have fun, dress up ,don't have rituals and burn children and you won't be doing any evil. HaHa bet that burned some asses. I hate when people in this time of age act like we are hell bound for silly UNKNOWN things like this,oh my! burn em at stake or off with their heads, now who's evil? Have fun people, trick or treat, want a mars bar?

Samhain the Lord of Darkness
The Druid religion of Celtic tribes worshiped Samhain, the Lord of Darkness. The Druid New Year began on November 1st, as the hours of nighttime were growing significantly over the hours of sunlight. Hence, Lord Samhain reigned over the long winter months as the influence of the Sun god receded.

Pumpkin's Roots Pumpkins have inhabited the planet for thousands of years. They originated in Central America. They were used then (and now) as a food crop. Over the course of centuries, pumpkins spread their vines across all of North and South America. When Europeans arrived in the New World, they found pumpkins plentiful and used in cooking by Native Americans. They took seeds back to Europe where they quickly became popular.


Do you have phasmophobia? This is the fear of ghosts. If you do, please exit this page, QUICKLY! Just messing with you ,but seriously I write about paranormal things and it can get creepy in here.

 Ghosts have haunted people and places on all the continents of the world, since the beginning of time. For the doubters among us, there is ample documentation and proof to show that ghosts do indeed exist.  Documentation through the century's and eye witnesses accounts lend proof positive to the existence of ghosts.So if your here to be a ridiculing feces flinger leave and let me be crazy all on my own. Like I have said before if you believe in GOD and HEAVEN and hell you believe in life after death, yes ghostys even if they are all demons pretending to be a loved one, they do sometimes show up uninvited and people do see them.I don't play cards and sip a night cap with them but I do know evil from good. And I am not evil by asking a spirit what it wants and if God will come in the flesh etc. It's not like I stand around talking to the air all the time only sometimes hahaha! BOO!

  A ghost is a person who has died, and is stuck in between this world and the next. This in between place is often called the "Netherlands" or "Nether World". There are a number of reasons why a person gets caught between worlds. The most common of these are a curse placed upon them, or unfinished business in this world. (yeah just like on the movie CASPER) Whatever the reason, they may remain caught between worlds anywhere from a few hours to hundreds of years.I however never have believed a ghost dose not know they are dead BULLSHIT! they have to, come on they are without their normal fleshy body. Something else holds them here I think. THINK not know!
As you know, a ghost can be good or bad. They mostly go about their business, looking to finish something they were supposed to do before prematurely leaving earth or checking in on the living. Who knows, none of us have died to know for sure, that's why it's so damn interesting!
Helpful Tips: When you suspect a ghost is nearby, light a candle. If the flame turns blue, you have definitely have company. (I have never tried this maybe I will, and record it)

:If you feel a numbing rather silent feel in the air that stops you in your tracks, ask what do you want or I know you are here. You may get a sign such as a noise or a flinging object. And this is true.

Thursday, October 6, 2011


Ectoplasm is said to be produced by physical mediums when in a trance state. This material is excreted as a gauze-like substance from orifices on the medium's body and spiritual entities are said to drape this substance over their nonphysical body, enabling them to interact in our physical universe.
Although the term is widespread in popular culture, the physical existence of ectoplasm is not accepted by science. Some tested samples purported to be ectoplasm have been found to be various non-paranormal substances. Other researchers have duplicated, with non-supernatural materials, the photographic effects sometimes said to prove the existence of ectoplasm.

 Who can forget the all famous scene in Haunting From Connecticut, featuring the young man with ectoplasm pouring out of him ?

 Ectoplasm dose not just come out of mediums it can be caught on film anywhere.
I myself do not believe that this substance comes from people and if something is caught on film like this it is not of a solid form it would have to be a spirit trying to manifest. I have no clue but anyone can put pillow stuffing in their mouth, take a picture, and call ectoplasm.

 It was said when people held seances someone would make a connection with the dead and ectoplasm would escape their body. 

                                 I think this woman has a sheer curtain or cloth in her mouth, you can see the hemmed sewing line on the sheer fabric.
                                                       This is so fake and very funny
        Maybe a big doily bunched and rolled up to get this effect, I can see the laced pattern.

  If your going to fake it at least make it half way believable.

Victorian Post Mortem Photograhpy

A picture of a young Victorian mother holding her child. But look closely the child seems to be sleeping, no, the child is dead.
Post mortem is the practice of photographing the recently deceased.

The invention of the daguerreotype in 1839 made portraiture much more commonplace, as many of those who were unable to afford the commission of a painted portrait could afford to sit for a photography session. This cheaper and quicker method also provided the middle class with a means for memorializing dead loved ones.
These photographs served less as a reminder of mortality than as a keepsake to remember the deceased. This was especially common with infants and young children; Victorian era childhood mortality rates were extremely high, and a post-mortem photograph might have been the only image of the child the family ever had. The later invention of the carte de visite, which allowed multiple prints to be made from a single negative, meant that copies of the image could be mailed to relatives.
The practice eventually peaked in popularity around the end of the 19th century and died out as "snapshot" photography became more commonplace, although a few examples of formal memorial portraits were still being produced well into the 20th century.

 So yes people could not always afford a photo so when a loved one died it would be the last chance to save an image of the dead before they were laid to rest. I myself feel it is OK maybe to take a photo of someone in a coffin or on the bed with flowers a photo when you KNOW THEY ARE DEAD. I find it sickening to pose the dead as if they were still alive.I have read up on how they posed the dead standing as in the picture below.

 The boy standing is indeed dead. They used what looked like a Barbie Doll stand to hold him up , two belts with a tightening devise surround his chest and pelvis under his clothing and behind the cover behind the children is a large balancing devise to hold him up. Look at the little girls face, she seems spooked to me. OF COURSE she is ! Her dead brother is standing next to her like a doll on display with his hand around her. I feel this kind of photography is plain WRONG!

 I may want a picture if I had a child who died like a still born, someone I would never get to know but NEVER in a pose.

 In some cases the eyes would be painted on the photo to look as if they were alive and MOST of the time the eyes were opened purposely to take the photo.

 The post mortem photographers usually made a child look asleep.
 I personally could not even imagine holding my dead child and posing for a picture, so sad. And eyes open in this one I could never do this.

                                    I think the eyes should be closed in respect for the dead child.

                                                Dead Child posed to be sitting and painted on eyes.

                 Lots of children died in this age from illness, it was not uncommon to have more then one child die                    a day.

                                           Lots of Baby's fell ill and died. Still birth was very common in sick women.



 The gateway to the physical and spirit realms is known as vortex. This can be present in homes and we may not be aware of it. 
  Seasoned psychics and mediums can point out where they are located; especially in houses or flats where paranormal activity is extremely high.

  These vortexes are known to be present on lands or houses where people have played with the Ouija board.  Users do it for a kick and then open the unknown portal through which dark forces come out and encourage other lower hellish level souls to come in freely. Then they play havoc with the people residing there. But not all souls are of a hellish realm some are of God and do have a message for the living.

   Mirrors are also known to be gateways to the other side and can work both ways from either sides provided one knows how to channel it correctly and then close it. 

Vortexes  exist , we cannot see them with our naked eye. Some paranormal researchers class vortex along with orbs as manifestations of spirits. Vortexes can sometimes appear as anomalous whirlwind shaped objects on photographs taken in many active areas of HAUNTED places.

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Ghost or demon



   Most people will either pretend they don't EVER think about what happens to the human soul after death or  act like they know for sure, and say you are of the devil if you say you believe there are ghosts. I believe that most ghosts we see are demons, fallen angels as I believe that aliens are demons as well or even angels. It even says in the Bible that we were made different than angels.This is why the Bible says don't talk to the dead, hello because you can it says this because demons can pretend to be someone you loved and looked up to , but the Bible also says test the spirit to see if it is of God, so yes it is possible, sometimes you have to face it. Ignoring some hauntings will only make things worse because the more you ignore them the more pissed they get when they desperately are trying to communicate, if it is evil you will know.

   No one knows for sure with out a shadow of doubt what we truly become after death. I do believe that it is possible for the human spirit to come around and be seen as well. I don't believe the human spirit is a mist of vapors or what we see in horror films, I truly think that spirits can manipulate themselves to look as they did when they were in human flesh form. I feel that when your doing your daily routine then all the sudden you think of something that happened in your life with a person crossed over that this is them giving you that feeling and somehow manipulated your energy field. I know when something is around I can feel it, it's like you can feel the spirits personality and if it scares you badly then it is most likely evil, if it makes you feel loved and or remember a time and place in your life it is most likely a deceased loved one checking in.

  Not all people see ghosts. Some people don't even believe in them.  They say that if someone dies a sudden death,  murdered, or loves the home they lived in they will remain there. They don't know they are dead. I don't know about not knowing they are dead they would have to and they may be realy pissed and unwilling to cross over .There are many things in this world us humans don't understand and perhaps we aren't meant to understand . Some see ghosts while others simply feel their presents or, the ghost may move things around that person. A plate may go flying across the room or lights will go off and on . I have no answer, but I do know if our mind can hold a galaxy or ocean then who is to say it's not capable of greater things we just can't understand.

  I have too many loved ones whom have crossed over and will never except they are gone forever not when I can feel their personality around me at times.